There are no gardens, no streams, no river, no forest (ancient or not), no trees at all, incense, blossom-bearing or cedarn .
He had shifted into a less fanciful mood: and the shadow that followed him was ugly and hulking and wavering upon the cedarn wall of Queen Helen's sleeping-chamber.
The new building was erected on the site of Swords House, an important 18th century residence which stood there until the 1980s and whose evergreen oaks and cedars still remain in front of the new offices.
The huge evergreen family includes botanicals such as European mistletoe, rosemary, cloves, allspice and holly, as well as conifers, including pines, cedars and cypress.
Conifers are evergreen trees and shrubs that include pines, spruces, firs, arborvitae, junipers, cedars and yews.
There are huge Douglas firs, cedars , and hemlocks behind us, and cougars come down to the lake to drink.
To further this image of sex in nature, which Coleridge loved so much and was a large part of the romantic and pagan idea, the chasm is very much likened to a vagina, with its ‘ cedarn cover’ like pubic hair.
And unlike other conifers, Port-Orford cedars produce seeds at a young age.